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Silent Hill 4: The Room HD Walkthrough With That Screaming Commentary Son Part 4

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Uploaded on Sep 4, 2011

With an instinctual sense of ugrency, Snake sprinted through the corridors of the subway to find Cynthia. He headed through the Lynch street entrance down the stairs leading to the platform. His quickened pace came to a sudden halt. The crippling atmosphere was back, heavy breathing, blurred vision, Snake fell to the floor. The sound of the falling pipe clanged and echoed through the corridor. Catching his breath in a coughing fit, he looked up at the wall, it was melting. A thick black sludge enveloped a part of the wall in front of him. Even with his distorted vision, there was no mistaking this was that same event that happened in his home when we was attacked. The same man appeared from the viscous portal, tearing its bonds latched to him. Out of sheer horror through his last run in with that thing, Snake picked himself up, grabbed the pipe and ran for the platform. The man levitated for him, arms and head lifeless, like a moping ghost.

Snake made it to the platform, hearing the distant echoed groans of his pursuer. He saw Cynthia inside a train cart banging at a window.
"Hurry! He's coming!"
Her look of female confidence and seduction was replaced with a face of fear and desperation. Snake didn't waste time asking questions, her panicking summarised the urgency of the situation clearly. He ran for the front cart, on the way, he saw more of the horrific portals appearing on the walls, there were more of them. Simply seeing them brought on a headache so intense Snake had to clutch at his temples, digging his finger nails in to his head to deal with the pain. Snake ran to the front cart and pushed as many buttons as he could, hoping one was the unlocking button. He got lucky, hitting a switch the words 'Doors now open' appear on a screen. He wasted no time getting back to Cynthia.
"Come on! We've gotta go now!"
The couple blindly ran through connecting platforms hoping to find a door that wasn't locked. More ghosts appeared and joined in the relentless pursuit.
Snake turned to Cynthia as they ran. "God your dreams suck!" he smiled. The look of confidence came back.
"Hah, don't be so serious, it's just a dream."
"Well you were looking pretty freaked out for just a-"
As he ran through the door, it slammed shut behind him, seperating the two on their escape. "Cythina?" Snake tried the door but to no success, it was locked. He didn't hear anything on the other side and decided it wasn't the time to play the waiting game.

Entering another platform, a pack of decaying dogs on an empty track caught sight of him. There was no way he could fight off all of them. He ran, fast.
"I found the exit! Come to the turnstile! Hurry! He's coming to get to me!"
Cythina's voice was heard over the intercom. Snake was relieved that she was safe, but still concerned about this mysterious person after her and also the pack of rotting hounds with blades for tongues only 5 feet away from him. He sprinted for the escalator, turned and got ready to hold them off through the narrow entry. With the escalator going up, it was his best shot at defending himself. The dogs' blood thirsty charged came to a halt the moment they saw him on the escalator. They quickly turned and ran away whimpering in what sounded like fear. Snake, clutching the pipe in his hands, gave out a surprised chuckle.
"That's right...better believe that!"
Though he was unaware, the dogs weren't afraid of HIM...

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